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Arts prizes and their role in stimulating innovation and excellence

The second Gulbenkian prize for Best Museum will be awarded in May. The lecture will consider how far arts prizes (and other forms of funding) encourage innovation and excellence.


This year, the RSA celebrates its 250th birthday Sir Timothy Clifford, (National Galleries of Scotland), Peter Jenkinson, (Creative Partnerships) and Loyd Grossman, (Chairman, Campaign for Museums), will be speaking, and you will have an opportunity to voice your opinions and ask questions.
The debate takes place at the RSA, 8 John Adam Street, London WC2N 6EZ, and you can book your free place online or by emailing lectures@rsa.org.uk or by phoning 020 7451 6868. Places are limited so please book promptly.


Speaker(s):

Sir Timothy Clifford | talks
Peter Jenkinson | talks
Loyd Grossman | talks

 

Date and Time:

19 May 2004 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

RSA
8 John Adam Street
London
WC2N 6EZ
+44 20 7451 6868
http://www.theRSA.org/events

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Tickets:

Free

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